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Location: San Angelo, TX, USA
School: National American University
Field of study: Medical Assistant

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PAULA ANN LAVIZZO
2416 Waco St
San Angelo, Tx
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SUMMARY
I am seeking employment in your office. I am self-directed, self-motivated, dependable,
multi-tasked, productive, and accurate. I have a positive attitude and I am a fast learner
and enjoy working with others. I have excellent time management skills and work with
attention to detail. I am bilingual, both written and verbal.
EDUCATION
❖ Central High School
655 Caddo St
San Angelo, Tx 76901
1982-1986
❖ National American University
1015 W University
Ave # 700
Georgetown, TX 78628
Medical Assistant
2013-2015
❖ Angelo State University
2601 W Ave N
San Angelo, TX 76909
Basics
1993-1994
SKILLS
- Microsoft Word, Excel, and Powerpoint
- Typing: 40 wpm
- Ten key
- Account receivable and account payable
EMPLOYMENT
❖ Kelly Services (Blue Cross Blue Shield of San Angelo)
Claims Technician
2019-Present
Process claims for payment. Research and request information as needed to complete
and price claims. Maintain accuracy
and data entry skills with the ability to multi-task and complete claims within a specified
time frame with use of medical
terminology.
❖ Concho Supply
Driver/Warehouse
San Angelo, Tx
2017-2019
Drive 300-400 miles daily making deliveries to customers who order parts. Also stock
warehouse and pull ticket orders to
meet daily orders by the end of the business day.
❖ Thermasol
Digital Lead
Round Rock, Tx
2014-2017
Manufacturing of digital controls for steam units, in charge of making daily quotas for
production needs on time to meet standard quality.
❖ Home Depot
Accounting/Cashier
Round Rock, Tx
2013-2016
Accounting for all of the monies in and out of the store on a weekend basis. Deposits,
withdrawals and balancing of daily sales.
❖ Ethicon/Johnson & Johnson
Blanking and Cartoning Operator
San Angelo, Tx
1990-2009
Blanking and Cartoning Operator (2000-2009)
-Led group of 4-6 employees which increased production and weekly outputs with time
management
-Approved product for distribution that helped production flow to other departments
first-in-first-out
-Assisted in the packaging and shipping of quality product after quality inspection which
helped to decrease delivery time
-Planned daily production schedules which in turn motivated employees to perform
quality assurance
-Calculated daily output to maintain weekly work schedule in other departments to keep
continuous flow of product
-Trained employees with any new procedures and processes that increased the
employee attendance and reduced absences
-Collected daily reports from the other departments to get weekly output and scheduled
the following weeks work quotas
-Increased production by 30% by establishing a simple way to package product
efficiently and investigated problems that arose
during the production flow
-Decreased the downtime of machine by maintaining a daily checklist of proper care
-Decreased company waste by using recycling efforts to recycle any product materials
for profit
Needle Maker (1994-2000)
-Organized daily production quotas and maintained machine production in a
self-directed environment by monitoring daily for a month to see the downtime and
reasons for downtime
-Translated machine blueprints to actual manufacturing product helping engineers to
make the machine more effective
-Assembled daily machine for production with specifications per protocol which
increased production and output time
-Reviewed daily schedules to maintain weekly workflow of production and reduce time
in other departments
-Identified machine errors and corrected the problem causing production increases of
over 10%
Needle Finisher (1990-1994)
-Assisted in daily production of quotas that improved overall production by 10%
-Developed ways to improve production daily without causing downtime of over .50 in a
week
-Encouraged and trained other employees with ways to improve their production skills
-Translated any directions (Spanish to English) for employees
-Built daily inventory that sped up production by 40% which improved departments
outputs